[kuh-rair-uh; Spanish kahr-re-rah]
- Jo·sé Mi·guel de [haw-se mee-gel de] /hɔˈsɛ miˈgɛl dɛ/, 1785–1821, Chilean revolutionary and political leader: dictator 1811–13.
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“In all honesty plastic surgery these days goes hand-in-hand with beauty maintenance,” says Carrera.
“Luckily for me the public have known me before my transition and I've always had the same body type,” says Carrera.
For his part, Valastro personally apologized to Carrera and to the LGBT community through a statement issued by TLC.
But Carrera spent the day Tuesday expressing her outrage over the episode on her Facebook page.
“I know there was a transgender model on the cover of Playboy in Brazil in the '90s,” says Carrera.
According to Carrera and Photius, an eruption occurred in the year 420.Complete Story of the San Francisco Horror
The moment that he disappeared, Carrera and his band rushed to the boat.
When the latter was banished by Carrera, O'Higgins retired from the army.The South American Republics, Part II (of 2)
Thomas C. Dawson
General Carrera believed the demoralization of his army complete.
The three brothers Carrera were very notable personalities in the war of independence in Chile.South America
W. H. Koebel